Alejandro Tosti might've just won the award for most unique pre-round routine on the PGA Tour ahead of the second round Friday at the Mexico Open.
Tosti is playing in Vidanta Vallarta this week on a designated sponsor exemption. It's the Argentinian's third ever professional career PGA Tour event as he primarily plays on the Korn Ferry Tour.
On Thursday, Tosti, who's currently ranked No. 444 in the world, shot a 2-under 69 and was six-strokes back of leader Austin Smotherman.
For the second round on Friday, Tosti was teeing off in a group with Scott Harrington and Carl Yuan.
But before he tee'd off, the PGA Tour Live broadcast caught the 26-year-old in the midst of one of the wildest pre-round routines.
"I've never seen this done before," one of the commentators said as Tosti tracked a white stick filled with tiny images with his eyes.
As Tosti moved the stick around and continued to track it, another commentator explained what he believed Tosti to be doing: getting his eyes to improve their focus.
He was 1-under par for his round through his first few holes on Friday, following his unique pre-round routine.
Tosti's best previous finish on the PGA Tour was a tie for 39th at the Sanderson Farms Championship in October earlier this season.
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